19 Jun '17, 4pm

EU set to tighten grip on textile regulations

He also gave his views on the possible restriction of 50 substances used in textile processing that have been identified as potentially carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic for reproduction (CMR) and the chances of future EU regulation on the circular economy, nanomaterials and waste in relation to the textile sector. John Mowbray reports from Germany.

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